Our next open event is upon us!
Saturday December 7th
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
(Also an identical event on December 21st)
Help us turn a pile of blackberries into "maximum" wildlife habitat.
We will have snacks, beverages, tools.
You will need weather and forest appropriate clothing.
Professor Warren Gold frequently rides his bike past "Edgar" on his way to work. According to Dr. Gold...
"Edgar perches on the snags along the stream in the North Creek Business Park every morning in the fall and into the winter (and I get to say hi on my bike ride to work most days). Old studies on the Skagit have shown that these guys spend the nighttime in the coniferous trees back from the river corridor. The evergreen foliage provides long wave radiation heating through the night to keep them warmer than they would be otherwise."
Another good reason to save a forest? Absolutely.
Quick! "like" our Facebook Page HERE
You will want to do that now so you won't miss our contest. It will post on our FB Page and feature photos in and around the forest. We want you to vote on those you like best. So, like now, vote soon.
If you have a photo you would like to share please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
It does not have to be a dramatic wildlife photo. It can be anything that shows why the forest if worth saving. A flower might be the pic of the year.